Oct 28, 2019
Anti-diet nutritionist and Certified Body Trust® Provider Meg Bradbury joins us with her daughter Carson to discuss how Meg’s orthorexia affected their relationships with food and with each other, why Meg decided to share her recovery journey on social media, how the restrict-binge cycle can show up in children, how The Wellness Diet affects people of different identities, and so much more! Plus, Christy answers a listener question about Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, gluten, and “leaky gut syndrome.”
Meg Bradbury (she/her) is certified as a holistic anti-diet nutritionist, Body Trust® Provider, Accessible Yoga™ Teacher, and registered Yoga Alliance™ yoga and meditation teacher. Meg is in private practice working with individuals, groups, and families, advocating for body acceptance, eating disorder/disordered eating/body shame recovery, freedom with food, joyful movement, and stillness/breathwork. Meg’s work is guided by the principles of Intuitive Eating, Health at Every Size®, and the Ellyn Satter Institute through a social justice and intersectional feminist lens. Meg’s practice is fat positive, weight neutral, and Q/T/GNC affirming. As an eating disorder and exercise bulimia survivor, Meg’s work is centered in the tenants of Relational Cultural Therapy; she holds space for clients of all ages with compassion, empathy, and humor. Meg is a member of the Association of Size Diversity and Health (ASDAH) and the National Association to Advance Fat Acceptance (NAAFA). Meg lives and works in the Los Angeles area. Find her online at Lamplight.Space.
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